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Lack of access to electricity limits inclusive growth in Sierra Leone. A new project is helping address that.
The Great Zimbabwe Development project will help preserve the cultural heritage of and improve the conservation of the largest dry stone structure in sub-Saharan Africa.
Nyara Bridge will increase access to social and protection services as well as improve the efficiency of humanitarian assistance.
A new plant quarantine facility will help increase the export competitiveness of Sri Lankan agricultural products.
UNOPS is working with UNFPA and the World Health Organization to build Somalia's first national blood bank.
Together with the World Bank, UNOPS has opened three new digital X-ray facilities to aid in the early prevention, diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis.
The World Bank’s International Development Association approved an additional $150 million grant to support the second phase of the Yemen Emergency Human Capital Project.
As the United Nations continued to support COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, a new report published by UNOPS on behalf of the UN system details how 41 UN organizations spent $29.6 billion on goods and services last year.
UNOPS, the African Development Bank and Cities Alliance launched a new paper on providing critical infrastructure services in Africa during the World Urban Forum.
The inauguration of the Jerash Care Centre for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities marks a key milestone in long-standing efforts to enhance social inclusion and protection in Jordan.